productivity

What Are You Tolerating?

The word “tolerate” is most often used about people or behaviors we don’t particularly like, but put up with for the sake of harmony. It’s the “I can live with it” standard. For me, identifying aspects of my work that I tolerate means identifying opportunities for change!

And You Thought Your Office Meetings Were Bad…..

Despite all the hilarious mishaps and shenanigans in each episode of the BBC sitcom W1a, the scenes that I found most painfully to watch were the management team meetings, usually in response to a totally avoidable PR crisis. These scenes help me put together a series of tips you can use to ensure productive and painless meetings every time!

Watching TV May Not Make You Smarter, But It Can Make You Better At Your Job!

This winter I was on a big BBC kick, and a few series left me with more substantial takeaways than just their pure entertainment value. They’ve also inspired some interesting insights into honest communication, strategies for productive meetings, and beneficial management practices.

What Are Your 2018 Workplace Resolutions?

Whether you have resolved to lose 5 pounds, stop taking your iPhone to bed, or finally declutter the attic, we all use the start of a new year to set personal growth goals for the 12 months ahead.

 

But have you ever done the same for your workplace?  

Tips for Creating a Better Home Office Space

As someone who has worked from home part- or full-time for almost a decade, I learned firsthand how much better I work from a designated office space in the home, rather than sitting at the dining room table or on the couch. I recently learned, however, that there are ways you can set up and decorate your home work space to even further enhance your at-home work experience!